Water and air compression
by DENNIS DAILY
I understand when compressed air forms condensation.
What I don't understand is If the compressed air is hot does it still form condensation because of the squeezing effect you talk about no matter what the temperature is.
say 600 degrees does the compressed air still for condensation and does it ever go back to gas if it is 600 degrees.
Is it when the cold air hits it it turns to condensation. I guess what I am saying is there ever water in the compressor at 600 degrees because of condensation?
I wouldn't know where to find an answer on your site can you email me a copy.